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Certain jumping spiders prey on mosquitoes that have drawn blood from animals.
Certain honeybees in Asia use their body heat to kill attacking wasps.
Although chimpanzees and people share many genes, there are key biological differences.
Bees can learn about new food sources by spying on each other.
Cockroaches and lobsters inspire robots that navigate in darkness and track smells.
Recordings of calls and drumming provide new evidence that the ivory-billed woodpecker survives.
Some octopuses can walk, using two of their eight arms to scoot backward.
Some marine moms and babies stay awake for weeks after the infants are born.
Young dolphins learn tool use from their mothers.
Armies of sea anemones attack each other in raging wars.
Projects by young scientists show how plants and animals in nature can be a source of new medicines.
Wildlife biologists have discovered a new type of monkey and an unusual rodent.